Any PA's or Dr's with any bone spur knowledge. Has any one had a bone spur removal in or near the cervicle spine (C2) if so can you please tell me if it grew back and/or how long it took to do so? Thanks anyone.
The degenerative changes associated with cervical stenosis can affect your vertebrae by contributing to the growth of bone spurs that compress the nerve roots.
You have to concentrate on your primary problem of degenerative disc disease and start conservative treatment. Follow proper ergonomics in daily living, maintain a normal body weight for your height, wear comfortable shoes and keep your neck in comfortable positions during sleeping, working etc.
You have to explore surgical options for further complications.
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